Voice your opinion on Unisa Library Services through LibQUAL+
The Unisa Library is committed to giving you the best service and improving on areas where we do not meet your expectations. We would like to know if your experience of the services we have offered thus far met your expectations and the level of service you desire. Understanding your service level ratings and any gaps between what we provide and what you require will help us to tailor our services to meet your information needs successfully. To voice your opinion, please take approximately 20 minutes of your time to complete the LibQUAL+ survey available at the link below:
If you have any queries, contact us at: Libqual@unisa.ac.za
The following services are available :
The following assistive technology is available in the Muckleneuk Library, Pretoria, Research Commons, level 4 :
For assistive technology available at your nearest branch contact your nearest Branch Library
The Unisa Library provides a physical and virtual environment of support for users living with a disability to both access and manage effectively the information they need for their teaching, learning and research activities.
Being an Open Distance Learning institution we serve both clients who can visit the Library in person and remote clients.
The Library offers the following material in e-format :
The following audio book readers are available for loan :
These devices can be requested via the firstname.lastname@example.org mailbox or by searching for the specific device in the catalogue and will be delivered to a client's preferred address. The devices are pre-loaded with information about the services offered by the Library.
They are also available in the Audiovisual section, level 4 of the Muckleneuk Library, Pretoria where they can be borrowed in person.
Are you a postgraduate student needing a literature review done on a research topic?.
A literature review is a of what has been published on a topic by accredited scholars and researchers. This online service is delivered by the to all Unisa staff and students.
How do I request a literature search?
Clients with print-disabilities can request conversions from print into a digital format by sending an email to email@example.com
Material can be delivered to the client :